The Transatlantic Energy and Climate Network is a project of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Washington, D.C., committed to strengthening dialogue between Americans and Europeans to promote a sustainable clean energy economy on both sides of the Atlantic. It encourages a transatlantic exchange of best practices for advancing a green economy, including the production and deployment of renewable energy, sustainable urban development and preparing for the impacts of climate change. The project is a collaboration with the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s offices in Brussels, Warsaw and Prague.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation is very pleased to present the recipients of The Transatlantic Energy and Climate Network's 2015 Energy and Climate Media Fellowships. The goal of these fellowships is to create opportunities for American journalists to research and report stories from Europe about European approaches to energy and climate policy that would inform policy debates in the United States. Click to read more about Sandy Hausman, Stephanie Joyce and Erica Peterson .
2014 Climate and Energy Media Fellow Peter Thomson explores developments in energy storage in Germany. Click here!